Measuring Perimeter Task Cards

By: Quail Trail Products

Learners in grades 3 and 4 can use these pool-themed task cards to practice their mathematics skills in measuring perimeter.


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Are you looking for a fun measurement activity that your learners can dive into? These swimming pool themed task cards are the perfect way for your learners to practice and review their measuring perimeter skills. With a total of 12 task cards, learners will work their way through a variety of different shaped swimming pools and add up the given measurements to find the perimeter of each pool. Some swimming pools are provided with all the necessary measurements, others require learners to solve for the missing measurements. This design allows for learners of most skill levels to complete this activity. Task cards and recording sheet are available in color and b&w. An answer key is also provided. PLEASE NOTE: color and b&w versions are identical.


When you purchase this product, you will receive:

PAGE 1: 4 task cards with swimming pools in the shapes of: equilateral triangle, rhombus, square, and pentagon

PAGE 2: 4 task cards with swimming pools in the shapes of: trapezoid, octagon, kite, and trapezium

PAGE 3: 4 task cards with swimming pools in the shapes of: scalene triangle, hexagon, parallelogram, and decagon

PAGE 4: learner response/recording sheet



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Measuring Perimeter Task Cards